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10-18 10:44 - 'Suppose if we could organise a community of people who buy and sell bitcoins together like when price is high they all sell their btc to lower bitcoin price and when price is low they buy all bitcoins and hold i...' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/iTziSteal removed from /r/Bitcoin within 4-14min

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Suppose if we could organise a community of people who buy and sell bitcoins together like when price is high they all sell their btc to lower bitcoin price and when price is low they buy all bitcoins and hold it till price goes up and then repeat this process will it work ? Also will be profitable?
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Prices go beautifully low, and coinbase is acting very ugly...servers are freezing up every time I try and buy.
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11-14 11:23 - 'If you just want to make money (invest) then just look at the price. BTC is 20 times+ more expensive. You can buy BTC and hope it increases even more or buy BCH and hope it will suddenly blow up since it's so low. If you want t...' by /u/Kalin101 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 6-16min

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Greg Maxwell has now publicly confessed that he is engaging in deliberate market manipulation to artificially suppress Bitcoin adoption and price. He could be doing this so that he and his associates can continue to accumulate while the price is still low (1 BTC = $570, ie 1 USD can buy 1750 "bits")

https://archive.is/55VtA#selection-301.128-301.394
Greg Maxwell: If you imagine that everyone in the world would wake up tomorrow and know in their heart of hearts that bitcoin would be the true reserve currency of the world, then this would not be good news. The result would be war. People would fight over the supply of bitcoin.
The above statement is a surprisingly revealing admission by Gregory Maxwell (self-appointed dictator of Bitcoin monetary policy CTO of Blockstream, and architect of the Core stalling scaling road-map signed by 57 devs and wannabe devs).
It is quoted from the transcript of the invite-only, semi-transparent (manually transcribed, not recorded) Fed meeting private meeting between Core/Blockstream devs and Chinese miners, held in Silicon Valley on July 30-31, 2016.
There is only one way that a trader (or a regulator!) would interpret the above statement by Gregory Maxwell nullc, where he (perhaps inadvertently but) openly admits that he is trying to prevent a free market where "people would fight over the supply of bitcoin".
Greg's statement constitutes a clear and damning admission of attempted market manipulation, as typically used for activities such as insider trading, and front-running - which are illegal in regulated markets.
Greg Maxwell has now publicly admitted that he is attempting to artificially suppress Bitcoin adoption and price, in the short term.
Maybe he is doing this so that he and his associates can continue to accumulate while the price is still low (1 BTC = $570, ie 1 USD can buy 1750 "bits" - where 1 BTC = 1'000'000 "bits").
Or maybe Greg - and his buddy Adam Back, President of Blockstream - could simply be doing this for any number of reasons related to their ignorance of how economics and politics actually work with open-source currencies.
Either way, this kind of centralized market manipulation is outrageous.
It should not be tolerated in any market in a publicly traded asset - whether regulated or unregulated.
By the way, as we all know, the total supply of Bitcoin is 21 million BTC, or 21 trillion "bits" - which is similar to total money supply for many other measures of currency or wealth (ie, in the tens of trillions of units).
And as we also know, many measures of total world currency or wealth are also in this same range: around 10s of trillions of units (ie: dollars, etc.).
This suggests that (for people who, in Greg's words, already "know in their heart of hearts that bitcoin would be the true reserve currency of the world"), the current price of 1 USD = 1750 "bits" (market-manipulated by Greg Maxwell) is ridiculously low - ie, it's a "steal".
So, people who are currently "short" on bitcoin (ie, they want to buy more), might be thankful for Greg Maxwell's market manipulation - where he is exploiting his position as self-appointed dictator of Bitcoin Blockstream CTO, to engage in central planning in order to manipulate the market, by artificially suppressing Bitcoin adoption and price a while longer (by forcing his "tiny-blocks" approach on everyone: the notorious 1 MB "max blocksize") - simply because he can and he wants to.
Meanwhile, in a regulated market, this sort of blatant centralized "insider influence" on a publicly traded asset class or currency would be illegal.
The only reason Blockstream is able to get away with this kind of crime bullshit is because Bitcoin is unregulated - and the only people who can stop them at this point is us: the Bitcoin community.
For the record, I believe the following:
  • Government interference with Bitcoin would be wrong.
  • Market manipulation of Bitcoin, by artificially suppressing adoption and price, as practiced by Greg Maxwell, is also wrong.
  • The Bitcoin community can and should regulate itself - by letting the free market determine things like what code to run, what "max blocksize" (if any) to adopt - which will in turn naturally determine Bitcoin adoption and price.
So, this public admission of market manipulation by Greg Maxwell constitutes yet another reason why the community should reject his attempt to become some kind of self-appointed dictator for Bitcoin.
Specifically, we can and should use other code (not developed by Greg Maxwell and his minions at Core/Blockstream) which does not impose an artificial 1 MB "max blocksize" - which repeated studies have shown is far below the blocksize supported by our current technology (which would be up to up to 4 MB according to the Cornell study - or even 20 MB, using u/Peter__R's proposed "Xthin" approach).
For additional background, below are 3 previous posts from last week, regarding Core/Blockstream's centralized, behind-the-scenes manipulation of Bitcoin adoption and price:
https://np.reddit.com/btc/comments/4vfkpthe_fedfomc_holds_meetings_to_decide_on_money/
The Fed/FOMC holds meetings to decide on money supply. Core/Blockstream & Chinese miners now hold meetings to decide on money velocity. Both are centralized decision-making. Both are the wrong approach.
Having a "max blocksize" effectively imposes a "maximum money velocity" for Bitcoin - needless central economic planning at its worst.
We should not be waiting for insider information from Ben Bernanke or Janet Yellen or some creepy scammer named u/btcdrak or some economically clueless kid like u/maaku7 in order to determine how our financial system operates.
https://np.reddit.com/btc/comments/4vgwe7/so_on_the_expiration_date_of_the_hk_stalling/
So, on the expiration date of the HK stalling / non-scaling non-agreement, Viacoin scammer u/btcdrak calls a meeting with no customer-facing businesses invited (just Chinese miners & Core/Blockstream), and no solutions/agreements allowed, and no transparency (just a transcript from u/kanzure). WTF!?
Bitcoin's so-called "governance" is being hijacked by some anonymous scammer named u/btcdrak who created a shitcoin called Viacoin and who's a subcontractor for Blockstream - calling yet another last-minute stalling / non-scaling meeting on the expiration date of Core/Blockstream's previous last-minute stalling / non-scaling non-agreement - and this non-scaling meeting is invite-only for Chinese miners and Core/Blockstream (with no actual Bitcoin businesses invited) - and economic idiot u/maaku7 who also brought us yet another shitcoin called Freicoin is now telling us that no actual solutions will be provided because no actual agreements will be allowed - and this invite-only no-industry no-solutions / no-agreements non-event will be manually transcribed by some guy named u/kanzure who hates u/Peter__R (note: u/Peter__R gave us actual solutions like Bitcoin Unlimited and massive on-chain scaling via XThin) - and as usual this invite-only non-scaling no-solutions / no-agreements no-industry invite-only non-event is being paid for by some fantasy fiat finance firm AXA whose CEO is head of the Bilderberg Group which will go bankrupt if Bitcoin succeeds. What the fuck?!?
https://np.reddit.com/btc/comments/4vl65n/remember_when_bitcoin_was_to_be_ruled_by_math_not/
Remember when Bitcoin was to be ruled by "math not men"? Whether you support bigger or smaller blocks, and whether you're "short" Bitcoin (you want the price to go down, so you can buy), or "long" (you want the price to go up, so you can sell) - you should still support decentralized governance.
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The potential for manipulation
In the past, I've communicated with several experienced old-time traders and consultants from Wall Street regarding Bitcoin.
And many of them say they won't touch Bitcoin with a ten-foot pole because it's quite obvious to them that (in the absence of regulation), a new asset class like Bitcoin is horribly vulnerable to all sorts of behind-the-scenes manipulation.
They've seen it all before. They know all the ins and outs of how people with "insider information" can rig the market - and they can already see plenty of warning signs and alarm bells showing how easy it would be to pull off this kind of market manipulation in Bitcoin.
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A handful of insiders can easily manipulate this "max blocksize" number - deciding whether and when and how it will get changed, and how much, and how often - so they could potentially manipulate the price - depending on their own personal preferences.
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Is there a solution?
As you can see from all of the above, the main problem facing Bitcoin right now is centralized governance.
Of course, code inevitably does have to be (centrally) written by someone.
But there are things we can do right now to minimize the amount of centralized intervention in Bitcoin's code and governance.
Whenever possible, we can and should favor code which requires a minimum of centralized interference.
Core/Blockstream have basically spent the past year or two tying themselves up in knots, and disrupting the community and the market - and maybe even suppressing the price - due to their stubborn, selfish, destructive refusal to provide parameterized code where the market can set certain values on its own - most notably, the "maximum blocksize".
Meanwhile, code such as Bitcoin Unlimited (and also Bitcoin Classic, once it adopts BitPay's Adaptive Blocksize Limit) puts the "governance" for things like "max blocksize" back where it belongs - in the hands of the users, in the marketplace.
Using more-parameterized code is an obvious technique known by anyone who has taken a "Programming 101" course.
Everyone knows that parameterized code is the easiest way to let the market set some parameters - avoiding the dangers of having these parameters set behind closed doors by a centralized cartel of powerful people.
We can and should all work together to make this a reality again - by adopting more-parameterized code such as Bitcoin Unlimited or Bitcoin Classic.
This will allow us to realize the original promise of Bitcoin - where "The Users and the Market Decide - Not Central Planners."
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If you've been waiting to buy at low prices and now decide that "meh, bitcoin's not that great" don't come back here in 6 months when we are over $1000 and lament over "how you nearly bought some in November"

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Buy bitcoin in one country for low price and sell in other for a high price instantly ? Legal problems?

Alright first of all i whant to say this is a bussines i whant to do with my bussines parter we do all kind of bussines so we trust each other but what we whant to do is in his country bitcoin is selling for 14000 and in my country exchage i can sell for 15200 $ so we whant to buy for the low price transfer btc to my acount and i sell for the high i transfer money to him by fiat currency by wester union wich deposits are credited in 15 min more less trought borders no problem so i got to say also that in his country bitcoin is taxable and in my country they dont tax bitcoin
my main question is what are the legal problem this strategy can carry on for the long term what are the potential risk and why? taxes legal problems or bank problems?
my friend told me that they can suspect we are laundring money but we obiously dont we are just having a cut of the diference of price with the coins and thats it
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Bitcoin price is dropping. Sell now & Buy low later or Hodl?

What's the best course of action to maximise profits here. Should I sell now & buy during a dip before the fork, or just hodl? Also, any price predictions?
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Op-Ed: Bitcoin Price Hits 2018 Low – It’s Time to Buy the Dip

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12-29 09:52 - 'Removing your coins and posting your buy order on the board are somewhat similar. Depending on how far down in price you place the coins to sell at. Place them too low and the exchange will likely put them right back into...' by /u/bitfoolery removed from /r/Bitcoin within 273-283min

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Removing your coins and posting your buy order on the board are somewhat similar. Depending on how far down in price you place the coins to sell at. Place them too low and the exchange will likely put them right back into the "user coin dump pile". Too high in price and your margins are nil. I suggest setting your price dynamically via the API every minute or two. Reallocation of your dollar to a new price will trigger internal accounting systems and will not allow them to forget about it (see the stack of 350 BCH constantly hovering above and below market price on [pro.coinbase.com]1 for ideas on what to do). Your best bet is to immediately transfer that cash and all your profits to your bank account. Then once it clears your banks ACH (this will take 24 hours at least, more if the banks aren't lending or unable to print/steal more funny money - remember, they have your money loaned out all over the world to fund war and corruption, so Sunday will take an extra day regardless of when you sent the funds). Once your funny money does eventually make it back to your bank (~2 days) then you're able to perform an istant market buy at any moment in the future. Yes you will pay more fees, but it's worth it, especially if you use fairly large amounts, in which fees become negligible. It will take a week or more to get your funds to your actually wallet on the exchange, so it helps to do this every other day or two, that way you have a perpetual hedge against them. This is what's been happening recently, and is why the price has done nothing but fall. The exchanges are inherently designed to short sale. They will never hold long-term. And given the right conditions, the upward threshold on price volatility is virtually limitless, as their exchange wardens do nothing more than follow their user's transactions around trying to buy and sell their own coins back to them. This means that if the price gets high and buying pressure doesn't stop, they have no liquidity that has carried over. This is why when the markets were at almost 20k all you saw were tumble weeds. Had someone bought everything and pushed the price even further to 21k, you would see an identical transaction following in which the exchange covers itself (often at a slightly lower price, and definitely with their users pool of funds, not their own!)
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